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ERC-funded PhD studentship available

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An ERC-funded PhD Studentship (Ref:1351435) is available at the Institute from January 2014. The deadline for applications is 14 November 2013.

ASE investigate WWII heritage in Hampshire

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ASE recording a rare WWII bunker in Hampshire

A team from Archaeology South-East (ASE) have recorded a rare World War II bunker found on the site of a former airfield in Hampshire.

Stephen Shennan invited to join prestigious Academia Europaea

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Stephen Shennan

Stephen Shennan has been invited to accept membership of the prestigious Academia Europaea this year.

Launch of the latest issue of Archaeology International

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Archaeology International Issue 16

The latest issue of Archaeology International, showcasing the Institute's diverse research, teaching and public engagement activities, is now available.

Job Vacancy: GIS Technician

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The Institute of Archaeology currently has a vacancy for a GIS Technician (Ref.:1375526). The deadline for applications is 4 November 2013.

Jersey's place in Neanderthal history

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La Cotte de St Brelade, Jersey

Matt Pope's collaborative research project on Jersey has rediscovered an important record of Neanderthal archaeology thought lost to science.

Archaeologies of the Present: Critical Engagements with Post-Industrial Urban Transformations

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Detroit (from the article 'Detroit Calling at the Placemaking Leadership Council' by Cara Courage on the Big City website)

Rodney Harrison and collaborative partners have been awarded Wenner-Gren Foundation funding to host a conference in Detroit in 2014.

Sue Hamilton named as next Institute Director

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Prof Sue Hamilton

Sue Hamilton has been named as the next Director of the UCL Institute of Archaeology, succeeding Stephen Shennan when his term of office finishes at the end of August 2014.

BUMA success for Institute delegation

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UCL participants at BUMA.  Clockwise: Wenli Zhou, Siran Liu, Oli Pryce, Thilo Rehren, Marcos Martinon-Torres, Janice Li, Miljana Radivojevic, Agnese Benzonelli, David Larreina

Institute staff, students and alumni made up the stongest contingent at the recent BUMA VIII conference, one of the most important conferences on archaeometallurgy with a strong emphasis on Asia.

Call for applications: EDUCCKATE Mentoring Internships

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The EDUCCKATE interim meeting in Matera, Italy (Sept 2013)

The UCL Centre for Applied Archaeology (CAA) is now recruiting for its EDUCCKATE Mentoring Internship programme.

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